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I'm using GUI Design studio to prototype GUI design. Is there any way to specify that something should happen at the very begining of storyboard ?

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closed as off topic by Patrick McElhaney Oct 18 '11 at 18:47

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This website is intended more for questions about user experience design, not specific questions about how to use a certain product. – Rahul Apr 6 '11 at 23:01
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I suggest you ask this question to Caretta Software, the creators of GUI design studio: They'll be more able to help you.

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… or Super User – koiyu Apr 9 '11 at 17:52

You can use a free open source tool from I'am using this one.. It's really worth to use. If you have installed VS 2011 , you will see an Storyboard template in Powerpoint. You can easily do all prototypes. Here's my codeproject article

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